miércoles, 21 de octubre de 2009

I... or me?



She and I live in our own little world
Don't worry about the world outside

She and I agree
She and I lead
a perfectly normal life

Ah, but just because we aren't often seen socially
People think we've something to hide

But all our friends know
we're just a little old... fashioned
She and I


Oh ain't it great? (Ain't it great?)
Ain't it fine? (Ain't it fine?)
To have a love (a love) for someone (someone)
that others can't find
Ain't it wonderful to know?

All we ever need
Is just the two of us
She and I (So wonderful)
She and I


Ah, she and I share with every body else
The same wants, needs and desires

She and I save
She and I pay
on everything we acquire


Ah, but just because we aren't often seen separately
People think we live one life

Its hard for them to see
how anyone could be as close as
She and I


Oh ain't it great? (Ain't it great?)
Ain't it fine? (Ain't it fine?)
To have a love (a love) for someone (someone)
that others can't find
Ain't it wonderful to know?

All we ever need
Is just the two of us
She and I

She and I live in our own little world (Ain't wonderful?)
(x2)

She and I... So wonderful!

Ah, she and I live in our own little world
Ain't it great?
Ain't it fine?
So wonderful!

She and I!




En general se usa I cuando eres el protagonista principal (sujeto),
y me cuando eres secundario en la frase (objeto):

I love her
She loves me


En 'she and I', ambos son protagonistas principales:
She and I live together.


Si no son protagonistas principales se dice 'her and me':
The murder scene scared her and me.

http://wsu.edu/~brians/errors/him.html


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